Color of Life

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Xlibris Corporation LLC, 2012 - Fiction - 216 pages
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Intergration in 1964 was not a matter to be taken lightly. Claire Williams was one of many living in Montgormery, Alabama who was not ready for such a drastic change. However having faced an indescribable, horrifying crime, Claire was forced into a world she did not understand or even want to. Throughout the questionable journey she inevitably confronts the teachings of a racial nurture in order to protect the most important value in time - life. Will the teachings of a corrupt background impede the right to an opportunity for a rightful existence? Or, will maternal devotion prove grandeur than the outstanding outcome derived from pure abhorrence?

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